Oregon Golf Association

About Oregon Golf Association

The Oregon Golf Association (OGA) – formed in 1924 to conduct the Oregon Amateur Golf Championship which included both men and women, the OGA is a 501(c)(6) non-profit amateur golf association governed by volunteer amateur golfers that make up its Board of Directors and that employs a full-time professional staff of ten people. Today, the OGA has grown into an entity of more than 300 public and private clubs numbering approximately 50,000 members throughout Oregon and SW Washington and is unique in that its membership is comprised of all demographics including men, women, seniors, juniors, and private and public golfers. With a vast array of programs for its members, the OGA provides a USGA Handicap Index for each member through its licensed member clubs, provides education on the Rules of Golf and runs an assortment of competitions, including 13 state championships, USGA Qualifiers and other events for all ages and skill levels. The Oregon Golf Association established Oregon Junior Golf Fund, Inc. (OJGF) as a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation for the purpose of introducing children to the sport as well as develop competitive junior golfers. It seeks to promote life skills and values to kids through the game of golf. Since its inception, over 10,000 young golfers between the ages of 8 and 17 have participated in Oregon Junior Golf.


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June 2021 - August 2021 West Linn, OR
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